Greetings and welcome to yet another eye-popping installment of <italics>Did You See That?</italics>
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From a city that's used to arresting sights: The Colombian daredevil tumbles 75 feet from a speeding helicopter into the scurvy waters of New York Harbor to promote the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series.
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The former UFC champ appears to have his doubts about the name of new Arena League football team owned by the famed band.
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An All-Starlet squad made up of a hoofer from each of the 14 AFL teams peppered the crowd with fresh plums -- or are those pool balls? -- at the Arena Bowl in Orlando where the Arizona Rattlers besat the Philadelphia Soul 48-39 to repeat as league champions.
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The tennis ace worked up a hearty appetite while defeating John Isner ins the final of the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati.
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At the annual weigh-in at London Zoo, this critter came up at 14.1 ounces ahead of his bout with Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
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"It encourages people to come to this city, creates jobs and stimulates the economy," said the Mayor of Toronto about his epic arm wrestling match with the Hulkster at Fan Expo Canada. Sounds like the thinking in Washington, DC these days. Hizzoner pulled off an upset, crowing, "I own this town!" like Boss Hog as the strains of <italics>Eye of the Tiger </italics>wafted in the background.
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To help Yemen's beleaguered tourism biz get over the hump, the country is trying to reassure visitors about its stability by staging a two-week festival that includes such reassuring spectacles as camel jumping.
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Nice to see the Fish are finally getting their due. President Barack Obama thought it was time that someone acknowledged their undefeated season, so he invited quarterback Bob Griese (left), running back Larry Csonka (behind the left shoulder of the POTUS) and head coach Don Shula (right), among others to a solemn ceremony at the White House.
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The Minnesota Twins can't hold a votive candle to this pair of tabloid tootsies who were spotted at <italics>Kandyland - An Evening Of Decadent Dreams</italics> in Beverly Hills.
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The All Blacks loose forward proudly displays his world class whiskey nose during the team's Captain's Run for charity at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand.
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The latest in high end dining attire was available outside Anfield Stadium before the English Premier League match between Liverpool and Stoke.
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Luis Lemus of Mexico leads the peloton into the hazardous baked goods section in Independence Pass during Stage Two of the enthralling bike race in Breckenridge, Colorado.
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When the hard-driving Logano takes the wheel with his win-or-wreck philosophy, sparks often fly.
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A sneak peek at Season 4 of<italics> The Walking Dead?</italics> Perhaps. Or simply preparation in London's Hyde Park for the Zombie Evacuation Races that will be held in various UK cities in October.
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Germany's Magdeburg Zoo has a considerable collection of mascots that were trapped in the wild.
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Sign of the times: The ubiquitous hip-hop artiste affixes his scrawl to a cancer survivor's shirt at the First Annual Celebrity Flag Football Game in Pacific Palisades, Calif.
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Alas, another edition goes up in smoke.
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